Watch these best make up tutorial videos. Smokey eye, natural, glam & glitter and more this list of best make up tutorial videos while have you looking and feeling like a superstar.
Sometimes its hard to find the best make up tutorial videos for you and if you search youtube you will find millions of make up tutorial videos, which can sometimes be soooo unhelpful.
Its just as hard trying to found the right foundation in preparation for your new make up look. We recently broke down the whole Mac Foundation range and now we have gathered some of the best make up tutorial videos.
Everyone wants to know how to create a beautiful smokey eye look as well as a natural make up look for day to day use. When its party time, its time to turn up the heat with an uber sexy looking glitter and glam make up look.
Soft & Neutral Fall Makeup Tutorial | Makeup By Leyla
The next video is Nicki Minaj rocking a gorgeous glittery smokey eye with bold winged eyeliner on her Instagram. Nikki Tutorials decided to grab my makeup and recreate her beautiful look! Hope you enjoy
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Did you know the basis of a great complexion is a good foundation? Here’s 10 top tips for getting the best foundation and making it work for you.
1. Get matchy-matchy
When looking for a new foundation, don’t try to find the colour by testing it on the back of your hand. Swipe the shade you think matches, along with the next lightest and darkest hues, on your jawline. Walk into natural light and check out your reflection. The shade that disappears is the winner.
2. Prime for a perfect complexion
If you have scars or marks, use primer to smooth out your complexion. A green-based primer can also be used to counteract redness, while a lavender-based one can brighten dull, lifeless-looking skin.
3. Know your skin type
Seek out formulas that will compliment your skin type. Oi-free formulas are best for acne-prone or oily skin, and hydrating formulas are best for normal to dry skin. Those with sensitive skin should look for noncomedogenic or hypoallergenic formulas.
4. Change with the seasons
Your skin tone gets lighter and darker from season to season and can sometimes change with age. Upgrade your foundation with colour regularly so it never looks too light or dark.
5. Start with hydrated skin
Be sure to cleanse, exfoliate and hydrate for the most even results.
6. Apply concealer
You can use less foundation by adding concealer where needed and blending it will.
7. Learn to contour
Adding a slightly darker powder where you wish to create shadows can help define your face. Using a smaller angled powder brush, weep the powder along the hairline, around the curve of the cheekbone near the side of your face and underneath the jawline in the shape of a number 3. Blend.
8. Believe in bronzer
Bronzer can give you a beautiful glow regardless of the season. Using a larger bronzer or powder brush, sweep a small amount wherever the sun would naturally hit: your forehead, around your cheekbones, down the centre of your nose and along the side of your face. Blend.
9. Add foundation
Drop foundation onto the back of the your clean hand or onto a makeup palette. Using the tips of a foundation brush, lightly pat the foundation onto your skin. Work your way around your face and all down your neck. Be sure to inlaced your ears. Then blend with the brush for a flawless finish.
10. Lights, camera, action
Highlighter adds instant soft lighting where you need it most. Apply a small swipe down the centre of your nose and along the top of your brow bone underneath the eyebrow for an instant list. Blend well and you’re ready for your close-up
Top tips by Kristen Booker